ATLANTA — Lorela Cubaj had 13 points, seven rebounds and three blocks, Elizabeth Dixon had her second straight double-double and Georgia Tech upset No. 14 Georgia 63-53 on Sunday for just its sixth win in the 41-game series.

The Lady Bulldogs lead the series 35-6, including a 12-5 mark in Atlanta.

Cubaj converted 3-point plays on consecutive possessions to give Tech a 53-44 lead with just over four minutes left and Georgia trailed by at least six points the rest of the way.

Dixon finished with 10 points and 11 rebounds, and Kierra Fletcher and Elizabeth Balogun each scored 10 points for Georgia Tech (3-1). Balogun and Dixon, Tech's two freshmen McDonald's All-Americans, entered with a combined 73 points, 35 rebounds, eight assists, eight steals and eight blocks.

Georgia Tech went on a 9-0 run to open a 24-11 lead and it was 31-23 at halftime behind Balogun's eight points.

Taja Cole and Gabby Connally each scored 10 points for Georgia (2-2). Connally had seven assists and Cole added five as the Bulldogs had 17 helpers on 23 field goals.